What I aim to achieve in this report is to show that King James I and his son Charles I, far from being enemies to protestant England, they were in fact trying to consolidate the work of Elizabeth I in the break from imperial Rome, specific in the case of Charles as he fought the private ownership of land known as enclosure.
So profound is this information that it suggests that James and Charles were indeed expanding the Protestant empire to subvert the might of the Holy Roman Empire, as the move West by the populations continued. It also brings into question what Oliver Cromwell[a] really served,[b]
In light of the fact today we are becoming enlightened as to the operations of the Jesuit Order, we are now beginning to understand the fact, all who operate for the corporate empire do so as proxies for the Roman Empire. Thus such high perched families as the House of Rothschild, as I have been stating for decades, are but a front for the real power, the Roman Illuminati. The House of Rothschild and subservients, are what is termed ‘crypto-Jews’ Jews that serve Rome.
To grasp the immensity of this historic deception, and I suppose a reality to be expected as it is always the victor that writes the history, we have been deceived about the heritage and struggle of these Isles in her move to rid herself of the Roman yoke. And through the House of Rothschild, we have been deceptively lead to believe it is the Jews orchestrating the global takeover, while for real Jews, the same House has deceived you into supporting this global incorporation for the Illumined.
Further insight to the fact Cromwell served the Jesuit cause, which during this time was set against both Protestant Holland and Britain, both incidentally having good relations until the rise of Cromwell, and, Cromwell as an essential requirement because Charles I wasn’t showing enough vigour in his forced support of the Spanish against the Dutch. Charles had to go and Cromwell was the choice of proxy that Monck would utilise on behalf of the Jesuits.[c]
Before the entrance of the Hanoverian’ and after James I and Charles II, the drive was back on to remove the power of Rome. Elizabeth I had defeated the Armada, later the Dutch Navy would finalise a naval power shift to itself striking a blow to the might of the Spanish Navy, Britain and Holland had very close relations as two great Protestant nations.[d]
We must look to America for the clear cut demarcation between the House of Stuart and the Hanoverians, first with the Charter for the Virginia Company and on to the Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783 :
James I and the Virginia Charter of 1606
When the original Virginia Charter was issued on April 10, 1606, the first of three, 1606, 1609 and 1612, the King of England declared his majesty thus :
“James, by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith.” 
James as a Freemason, was clearly declaring his Protestant faith and freedom from the Roman Empire.
King George III
With the entrance of the Hanoverian’s, the Black Guelphs, and the claim of majesty by King George III as the Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783 over the colonies was issued, we find the claim of majesty has a stark difference :
“It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch-treasurer and prince elector of the Holy Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America.” 
So we have two Kings that claim their majesty and present it to the world, one for England and the Protestant faith and one for the Holy Roman Empire.
In 1794 the Duke of Brunswick, the Grand Master of German Freemasonry wrote a letter to his brethren recommending the dissolution of the entire organisation, due to the fact that it had been infiltrated and was being manipulated by unseen hands. (Other such warnings would commence in the years after the Duke as governments took the revelations seriously. In the United States this was carried out by John Robison.) Source
King Edward VII had the Secretary of War Lord Kitchener alter the mandate of Freemasonry which was originally a mandate to keep the true monarch on the British throne in order the realm be protected, he changed it to whatever it is today. Lord Kitchener was killed by the British on 5th June 1915. Source
Today it is clear that the Vatican itself no longer serves the Israelite doctrine, it serves the doctrine of the Jesuit’s, therefore it is essential we remove ourselves from her and the European Union as a sovereign rite.
[a] Dutch bankers led by the Jewish financier and army contractor of Cromwell’s New Model Army, Fernandez Carvajal and assisted by Portuguese Ambassador De Souza, a Marano (secret Jew), saw an opportunity to exploit in the civil unrest led by Oliver Cromwell in 1643.
A stable Christian society of ancient traditions binding the Monarchy, Church, State, nobles and people into one solemn bond was disrupted by Calvin’s Protestant uprising. The Jews of Amsterdam exploited this civil unrest and made their move. They contacted Oliver Cromwell in a series of letters:
Cromwell To Ebenezer Pratt of the Mulheim Synagogue in Amsterdam,
16th June 1647 :
— “In return for financial support will advocate admission of Jews to England: This however impossible while Charles living. Charles cannot be executed without trial, adequate grounds for which do not at present exist. Therefore advise that Charles be assassinated, but will have nothing to do with arrangements for procuring an assassin, though willing to help in his escape.” —
To Oliver Cromwell From Ebenezer Pratt, 12th July 1647 :
— “Will grant financial aid as soon as Charles removed and Jews admitted. Assassination too dangerous. Charles shall be given opportunity to escape: His recapture will make trial and execution possible. The support will be liberal, but useless to discuss terms until trial commences.” —
Cromwell had carried out the orders of the Jewish financiers and beheaded King Charles I on January 30, 1649.
[b] In September 1655 Menasseh ben Israel arrived in London with a delegation and members of his family and personally petitioned Cromwell for the readmission of the Jews. Cromwell met with him and a committee of the Council of State, and it was agreed that a conference should be convened to discuss the issues. The petition requested citizenship, freedom of worship, burial grounds, freedom to trade and the withdrawal of all laws against Jews.
The conference met several times in December 1655 but was, in the end, inconclusive. There was no formal decision to allow readmission but it was soon evident that the presence of Jews would be more openly tolerated. Cromwell permitted Jews to worship in private as they had done prior to the petitioning, and within months a synagogue and burial ground were allowed.
The significance of the mission by Menasseh ben Israel in achieving the level of toleration reached in 1656 is a continuing discussion. Similarly Cromwell’s motives for debating the issue openly may not have been the result of any desire for liberty of conscience as understood in the late 19th century or today, but it did lead to a significant advance in Anglo-Jewish relations.
[c] General George Monck was the real power behind the Cromwell regime and commanded the standing army. Without a drop of royal blood, Cromwell had absolutely no chance of becoming king, but George Monck was descended from the English royal line known as the Plantagenets. He was a consummate hater of the Dutch and fought in the first and second Anglo-Dutch wars.
General George Monck was a fanatical Jesuit and hater of the heroic Dutch….He fought on land against the Royalists and at sea against the Dutch. He allowed King Charles II to return and regain his beheaded father’s throne as a puppet monarch of the Jesuits.
[d] England and Holland were faithful allies from before the time of the defeat of the “Invincible” Armada until the regime of Oliver Cromwell. Many brave gallant English soldiers fought and died side by side with their Dutch brethren against the Spanish, the then army of the Holy Roman Empire.
In 1567, Philip II dispatched a ruthless soldier named the Duke of Alva, with 12,000 men, to subjugate the Netherlands, and use it as a springboard to conquer England. The small country of Holland made a heroic stand against the Spanish superpower when they invaded that country. Throughout Europe, the Spanish army was notorious for their ferocity and ruthlessness. This “Iron Duke” as he was called began a 6 year reign of terror in the Netherlands. On August 22, Alba, accompanied by a body of select Spanish troops, made his entry into Brussels. He immediately appointed a council to condemn without trial those suspected of heresy and rebellion.
On June 1, 1568, Brussels witnessed the simultaneous decapitation of twenty-two noblemen; on 6 June followed the execution of the Counts of Egmond and Horne. The “Council of Blood” was the popular designation of Alba’s tribunal. Only Protestant England, and the small Dutch Republic under William of Orange, stood in Spain’s way of eventual world conquest. At the time England had a small population of 4 million, and no overseas possessions.The Netherlands was ideally situated for an invasion of England.
Up to the time of King Charles I, peace and amity existed between England and Holland. The oldest daughter of King Charles, Mary Henrietta, was actually married to William II, Prince of Orange. This marriage between the Stuarts and the House of Orange cemented the friendship between the two allies and made war highly unlikely.
Holland was a big winner at the end of the Jesuit instigated 30 Years’ War. The Spanish Empire was the big loser, and the tiny Dutch Republic was replacing Spain as mistress of the seas.
From January 1631, Charles I of England engaged in a number of secret agreements with Spain, directed against Dutch sea power. He also embarked on a major program of naval construction, enforcing ship money to built such prestige vessels as HMS Sovereign of the Seas. Charles’s policy was not very successful, however. Fearing to endanger his good relations with the powerful Dutch stadtholder Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, his assistance to Spain limited itself to allowing Habsburg troops on their way to Dunkirk to employ neutral English shipping. In 1636 and 1637 he made some halfhearted attempts to extort North Sea herring rights from Dutch fishermen until intervention by the Dutch navy made an end to such practices. When in 1639 a large Spanish transport fleet sought refuge in the English Downs moorage, Charles did not dare to protect it against a Dutch attack; the resulting Battle of the Downs undermined both Spanish sea power and Charles’ reputation.
Obviously the king was not cooperating with the Jesuits in destroying the Dutch navy so he had to be taught a lesson.
Cromwell goes to war with the Dutch
At least 8 great sea battles were fought between the English and Dutch:
Battle of Goodwin Sands
Battle of Plymouth
Battle of the Kentish Knock
Battle of Dungeness
Battle of Portland
Battle of Leghorn
Battle of the Gabbard
Battle of Scheveningen
Most of the generals that fought for Cromwell also remained in the English navy after the restoration of Charles II.
Cromwell invaded Ireland in 1649
Cromwell arrived in Ireland in September 1649, with a small army of about 12,000 men. Ireland had many men who were loyal to King Charles II and they were led by James Butler, Duke of Ormonde.
As usual on all his campaigns, Cromwell consulted closely with his Jesuit advisers.
During the expedition to Ireland (although Parliament had ordered that anyone giving shelter to a priest or to a Jesuit, even for a single hour, should lose his life and forfeit his property), a Jesuit, Fr. Nicholas Netterville, was on terms of great intimacy with Cromwell, often dining at his table and playing chess with him. When Captain Foulkes accused him of being a priest, he said, ” I am a priest and the Lord General knows it, and (you may) tell all the town of it, and that I will say Mass here every day. (Taunton, History of the Jesuits in England, p. 427).